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Spot Winners Review

Spot Winners is an email based horse racing tipster service offered by Andrew Chadwick that offers daily selections.

What does the product offer?

According to Andrew Chadwick he will typically provide subscribers to Spot Winners with up to 4 selections per day. Further to this Andrew Chadwick claims that any selections made for Spot Winners will not be low odds and that winners are typically “big priced”. There is a claimed strike rate of “around 40%” with most of these being back to win bets.

How does the product work?

According to Andrew Chadwick he has a contact whom he met whilst at a race course. After a period of time talking the creator of Spot Winners was employed as a middle man for this big time bettor. This same (secret) big name horse racing bettor is in contact with a number of major owners and trainers. The information that this network provides ultimately trickles down as Spot Winners. This means that selections are allegedly coming from the people who know the horses best.

What is the initial investment?

Access to Spot Winners costs just £29.95 for lifetime access to Andrew Chadwick’s selections. As Spot Winners is sold through ClickBank there is also a money back guarantee in place for 60 days should you be unhappy with the product.

What is the rate of return?

Andrew Chadwick claims that Spot Winners users can expect to make £9,301.75 every 90 days (around £3,100 per month). Unfortunately there are no points profits listed, nor the stakes involved to achieve this number.


There are a lot of bold claims made about Spot Winners, from the mysterious benefactor who lets Andrew Chadwick share his knowledge right through the claims of over £3,000 per month through horse racing betting (despite a strike rate of less than 50%). My concerns with these are that there is no substantiated evidence to back anything up. There are a few Betfair screenshots but these aren’t what I could call solid proof. The biggest problem lies perhaps in the lack of proofing. Every tipster service now should be able to show some form of this and Spot Winners doesn’t, a fact that I find to be hugely concerning. It is a combination of these elements that lead me to recommend avoidance of Spot Winners.



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From: Simon Roberts